Mahindra Max Series Is A Mid-Compact Tractor; Real Tractor Design

Trio of mid-compact tractors features engines designed to provide power at 28% lower rpm.

Published on: Feb 3, 2012

Mahindra USA has introduced a new class of compact tractors -- a mid-compact -- in the Max series that features the Max 22, 25 and 28XL models.

All built on a full-size tractor frame, the Max series can easily accept a backhoe along with a wide range of attachments and implements including: a drive-over mowing deck, snow blower, blade, broom, and the highest capacity loader on the market.

The Max also features Mahindra's dual braking system for maneuverability, the new Xpress Seat which turns easily for backhoe operation, the Xpress Hitch for quick and simple implement set-up and removal, and maximum weight and stability through design and the use of tractor tires.

The new Mahindra Max series tractors includes the Max 22, 25 and 28XL and is the first mid-compact model tractor of its kind.
The new Mahindra Max series tractors includes the Max 22, 25 and 28XL and is the first mid-compact model tractor of its kind.

The series rear implement capacity is that of a true tractor with a Category I 3-point hitch and best in class loader lift capacity.

The new tractors also have an upgraded high capacity hydraulic system and engines that are designed to provide useable torque output at 28% fewer rpms than competitors.

The Max series will be available at Mahindra dealers this month. 

Each model in the Max series features a full-length tractor frame which allows users to install a backhoe at any time.
Each model in the Max series features a full-length tractor frame which allows users to install a backhoe at any time.

For more information, visit www.MahindraMax.com.

 

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